January 27, 2023

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Ilion rapist boasted on social networks of photos of weapons and drugs

Photos with guns and drugs were posted on social media by 15-year-olds accused of raping their peer in Ilion.

In the new documents that have “seen the light”, it is clear that one of the accused is holding a gun in his hand, as well as a cigarette with hashish. Today, as it became known, the last two of the six minors arrested for violence in Ilion, after testifying to the investigator, were arrested and sent to jail.

Thus five out of six participants were arrested and are or will soon be in prison (according to SKAI, in a special juvenile colony in Vlora), and the sixth was released with restrictive conditions, since he was not yet (several days short) 15 years old.

According to the indictment, the students acted as part of a criminal group that filmed their actions on video. The defendants deny the use of violence, admit sexual acts, but explain them as “sexual experiments” and the fact that the roles in what unfolded for almost a month “alternated”. And their lawyers are trying to give the actions the character of “fan fights.”

The leader of a criminal gang searching in Albania

The police investigation focused on finding the 15-year-old leader of a gang of underage rapists in Ilion, who is believed to have fled to his homeland of Albania. According to what emerged during the preliminary investigation, the gang is of Bulgarian and Albanian children born in Greece. The Eight acted like a gang in which a teenager who allegedly fled to Albania played a leading role. The victim also pointed to him as the man who distributed videos of his rape scenes to the phones of other students at the school.

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PS While parents are earning money, children start playing various “games” unsupervised. The Greeks in this situation are a little easier. There are grandparents, uncles, aunts and other relatives who, despite the current disunity, still help with the upbringing of children. With foreigners, the situation is much more complicated. Despite the fact that many families have lived in Greece for many years, they are often separated from their relatives, and their children often grow like weeds.

Hence we have an unprecedented increase in violence and crime, which cannot be changed with the help of punitive measures. Maybe this is still worth paying attention to the authorities?

In the new documents that have “seen the light”, it is clear that one of the accused is holding a gun in his hand, as well as a cigarette with hashish. Today, as it became known, the last two of the six minors arrested for violence in Ilion, after testifying to the investigator, were arrested and sent to jail.

Thus five out of six participants were arrested and are or will soon be in prison (according to SKAI, in a special juvenile colony in Vlora), and the sixth was released with restrictive conditions, since he was not yet (several days short) 15 years old.

According to the indictment, the students acted as part of a criminal group that filmed their actions on video. The defendants deny the use of violence, admit sexual acts, but explain them as “sexual experiments” and the fact that the roles in what unfolded for almost a month “alternated”. And their lawyers are trying to give the actions the character of “fan fights.”

The leader of a criminal gang searching in Albania

The police investigation focused on finding the 15-year-old leader of a gang of underage rapists in Ilion, who is believed to have fled to his homeland of Albania. According to what emerged during the preliminary investigation, the gang is of Bulgarian and Albanian children born in Greece. The Eight acted like a gang in which a teenager who allegedly fled to Albania played a leading role. The victim also pointed to him as the man who distributed videos of his rape scenes to the phones of other students at the school.

Related publications:

PS While parents are earning money, children start playing various “games” unsupervised. The Greeks in this situation are a little easier. There are grandparents, uncles, aunts and other relatives who, despite the current disunity, still help with the upbringing of children. With foreigners, the situation is much more complicated. Despite the fact that many families have lived in Greece for many years, they are often separated from their relatives, and their children often grow like weeds.

Hence we have an unprecedented increase in violence and crime, which cannot be changed with the help of punitive measures. Maybe this is still worth paying attention to the authorities?



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